New Teen Books April 12, 2021

Posted: April 12, 2021


The Secret Recipe for Moving On by Karen Bischer. Filled with laugh-out-loud moments, this novel is a story of how four kids who are not so likely to be friends pull together to support one another through their trials and circumstances.

Yolk by Mary H.K. Choi. . Ambitious older sister June and impulsive Jayne had a love-hate relationship throughout their Texas childhood, and though they both now live in New York City, they’ve become fully estranged.

The Follower by Kate Doughty. It’s a home-renovation turned haunted-house nightmare for triplet social media stars and their family.

The Murder Game by Carrie Doyle. When someone attempts to frame his best friend for murder at St. Benedict’s boarding school, junior Luke Chase starts investigating on his own and discovers multiple suspects with dark secrets in their past.

Home is not a Country by Safia Elhillo. What happens when both the place you come from and the place you are feel distant and un-accepting? These are the questions asked by Nima, A 14-year-old, Muslim, immigrant kid raised by a single mother in suburban America.

Things That Grow by Meredith Goldstein. After her grandmother dies, a girl travels to different gardens to scatter her ashes, learning about life and love along the way.

Flamefall by Rosarai Munda. Picking up where Fireborne left off, the dragon lords are eager to start their siege of Callipolis while the Guardians struggle with famine and unrest on their own shores.

Odin’s Child by Siri Pettersen. An epic fantasy trilogy from Norway about thousand-year-old secrets, forbidden romance, and what happens to those who make a deal with the devil comes at last to the United States!

Where the Road Leads Us by Robin Reul. Jack is on the verge of leaving for college, but before he does, he wants to track down his estranged brother, Alex and find some closure in the wake of their father’s death.

House of Hollow by Krystal Sutherland. A dark, twisty modern fairy tale where three sisters discover they are not exactly all that they seem and evil things really do go bump in the night.

Lost in the Never Woods by Aiden Thomas. This dark re-imagining of Peter Pan concentrates on 18-year-old Wendy Darling. She’s struggling to get over the disturbing events of a kidnapping five years earlier that left her in the middle of the woods with no memories of what happened, and her two younger brothers missing.

Paper Princess by Erin Watt. An orphan enters a world of privilege and decadence after she’s taken in by a wealthy family in this YA romance.

Called Upon by Bethany Lee. A thrilling take on what happens when an everyday summer camp for teens turns out to be an elaborate backdrop for a twisted genetic experiment.

Graphic Novel:

Wonder Woman: Earth One vol. 3

Hazards of Love Book 1: Bright World by Stan Stanley

Delicates ( the sequel to sheets) by Brenna Thummler.

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